[ juhj-ee ]
/ ˈdʒʌdʒ i /
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tending to judge or criticize too quickly and harshly; judgmental: I used to be very judgy about other people's children, but that vanished when I had my own adorable monsters.
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How to use judgy in a sentence
Usually, the mother is sitting on the outside, kind of judgy.